The Rt. Rev. Jennifer Brooke-Davidson, bishop suffragan, commissioned the “missioners,” all the youth gathered at Diocesan Council for the ninth year of Youth in Action. The youth began their weekend at St. Mark’s, San Marcos, on Friday, February 23, and were sent out with prayers and blessings on Saturday to assist two Head Start daycareContinue reading “Youth Commissioning”
Mary Katherine Duffy and the Rev. Lisa Mason, co-chairs of the Episcopal Schools Commission, reported on the mission and joys of our 26 schools in the diocese.
Bishop David Reed installed the new officers of the Artemisia Bowden chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians with the assistance of the Rev. Tony Regist, president of the chapter, representing Elizabeth Applin, Yvonne Walcott, and Lou Miller. Following the installation, the Rev. Jim Friedel, chair of the Committee on Resolutions, presented Resolution 6-2018: SubmissionContinue reading “Installation of UBE Officers and Resolution 6-2018”
One resolution was presented by the Rev. Jim Friedel, chair of the Committee on Resolutions. The resolution passed with minimal discussion. Resolution 2-2018: Examination of Local Line 1A and 1B
Caroline Mowen (St. Luke’s, San Antonio) and John Warren (Good Shepherd, Corpus Christi), co-chairs of the Special Task Force on the Diocesan Budget, presented Diocesan Council with Resolution 2, with a discussion that you can listen to below: Resolution 2-2018: Examination of Local Option Line 1a and Line 1b
Clay Michel, co-chair of the Bishop’s Golf Classic, delivered the results of this past year’s tournament in November.
The Rev. Jim Nelson provided some great laughs as he promoted the Bishop’s Valley Golf Classic in Rancho Viejo on April 28, in support of Vital University Missions. Register to play or sponsor at dwtx.org/events.
The full audio report of Vital University Missions is here: Greg Richards, who gets to “hang out with college kids and tell them about Jesus,” delivered the report of Vital University Missions, which strives to bring college students into the “abundant life in Jesus.” “Transformation in the lives of our students happens year after yearContinue reading “Vital University Missions”
Simon Salas, CEO of Good Samaritan Community Services, delivered the annual report of the diocesan agency, as they continue to spread hope in San Antonio and six other sites.
Bishop Suffragan Brooke-Davidson led Diocesan Council in a Bible study using the book, “The Story,” of which a copy was given to each congregation. Listen to her Bible study session below and see the discussion questions here. To learn more about The Story and to sign up for the Diocesan Resource Portal click here.